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Figure 2: (A) Axial view of computed tomography showing extensively enlarged lymph nodes exerting pressure on the carina (yellow arrow) and the superior vena cava (red arrow). (B) Axial view of computed tomography showing a large pericardial effusion (blue arrows). (C) Axial view of computed tomography showing enlarged left (red arrow) hilar lymph nodes, which appear matted together. (D) Axial view of computed tomography showing enlarged right (yellow arrow) hilar lymph nodes, which appear matted together. (E) Sagittal view of computed tomography showing extensively enlarged matted superior mediastinal lymph nodes (black arrow)

Figure 2: (A) Axial view of computed tomography showing extensively enlarged lymph nodes exerting pressure on the carina (yellow arrow) and the superior vena cava (red arrow). (B) Axial view of computed tomography showing a large pericardial effusion (blue arrows). (C) Axial view of computed tomography showing enlarged left (red arrow) hilar lymph nodes, which appear matted together. (D) Axial view of computed tomography showing enlarged right (yellow arrow) hilar lymph nodes, which appear matted together. (E) Sagittal view of computed tomography showing extensively enlarged matted superior mediastinal lymph nodes (black arrow)